There are 4 entries for the tag LINQ
LINQ to SQL and its future...

I was reading a post on the ADO.NET Team blog about "Update on LINQ to SQL and LINQ to Entities Roadmap" and an interesting piece of this little post says: We’re making significant investments in the Entity Framework such that as of .NET 4.0 the Entity Framework will be our recommended data access solution for LINQ to relational scenarios.  We are listening to customers regarding LINQ to SQL and will continue to evolve the product based on feedback we receive from the community as well. Despite the ADO.NET Team says that LINQ to SQL will be enhanced again in...

posted @ Thursday, October 30, 2008 9:50 AM | Feedback (0)

ASP.NET Dynamic Data: marvellous!!

Today I've played for the first time with a new features that comes with the .NET Framework 3.5 SP1, the new ASP.NET Dynamic Data support. My comments about this now? Marvellous!! :) The new ASP.NET Dynamics Data is a feature that (in summary) permits you to quickly build data-driven websites (based on LINQ to SQL or LINQ to Entities) without writing any lines of code. In few minutes you can have a complete data-driven site ready to be extended and customized. How to do this? Here's a quick sample: If you have installed .NET 3.5 SP1 and with Visual Studio...

posted @ Saturday, September 06, 2008 3:25 PM | Feedback (7)

Windows Mobile Line of Business Solution Accelerator 2008

I love when Microsoft releases samples of complete applications that works with the latest technologies: they are really an important way to understand the architectural concepts and an unvaluable guide for developers. The latest release is the Windows Mobile Line of Business Solution Accelerator, a Smart Client built using .NET and SQL Server Compact edition that shows an interesting use of .NET Compact Framework, LINQ, Dynamic SQL, Web Services, WCF, Sync Framework. Absolutely to check... Technorati Tag: .NET,Mobile,LINQ,WCF

posted @ Saturday, March 15, 2008 1:55 PM | Feedback (1)

Do you want to learn and test LINQ?

One of the hottest feature that comes with Visual Studio 2008 and the .NET Framework 3.5 is certainly LINQ, the new .NET component that adds native data querying capabilities to the .NET language, by using a SQL-like sintax. LINQ has threemain providers: LINQ to Objects: the LINQ to Objects provider is used for querying in-memory collections, using the local query execution engine of LINQ. The code generated by this provider refer the implementations of the standard query operators as defined in the Sequence class and allows IQueryable<T> collections to be queried locally. LINQ to Objects is not dynamic. Once...

posted @ Saturday, December 22, 2007 9:18 PM | Feedback (3)